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Baking Powdor.
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Absolutely Pure.
ThU powder ever rariM. A marvel of purity, f(
j'T'-nwiu and wholfcaomeuaw. More economical q
thitn itio ordinary klmN, nn<l cannot bp soW in
i*oiii|ktlticu Willi the multitude of low twit.
only in rani. Koyai. IUkimo l'ownra ( o.. 1W.
Wall ?lrwt. N. Y. J)g>oiwrtw_ J.
Ceo. M. Snook & Co.
\
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OUR ROUSING TRADE
ON
CLOAKS!
This Season Is Conclusive Evidence
that
nilO JMMUUOfl CTMIf
uuu iiummiuu oiuun, i
OUR GREAT VARIETY and'
OUR LOW PRICES
Arc Appreciated hy the ladles not onlj- f.
(if tills elt}', Imt III nearly ull I lie Sur- j
rounding country within a radius of ,
ilfij- miles. *
NEW STYLES RECEIVED DAILY. ?
WHEELING, W. VA.
tl(>S
. 19
Cheese.
?jgDWARD WAGNER, i
Wholesale Dealer in
Sweitzer and Limberger Cheese,1
No. aiou MAIN ST., Wheeling, W. Wa. "
Orders by mall rccclvo prompt attention.
Mil'."* *
THE STONE BRIDGE IS GONG I
Ami I propose dosing out tny entire Mock of
Goods within the next Ninety l>?yn. Tlie lo?j ]
of tlx? l>rlilK?: Iiiih so (iHiniiKcu trade In Centra :
WhoeMni? tftiit l hiii going to leave that seetlon
II.? ..I... .....I t..- fliut milium will Eoll ill ft ?
sacrillco nil my stock of
CLOTHING!
UNDERWEAR,
(ienl*s Furnishing (lonils,
ValisiM, Nockireor^etc., etc.
I'riccs arc marked nwny down to thoPurcbaacr's
own figure*.
( nil Mill 11*! convinced of Ihla fact.
This Is your liutt ('banco for h bargain at the
old ndlnidf htiuid of t lu? oldest Clothing Merchant
In the city ol Wheeling.
C. STEINFELD,
oi'I'.'-muf No. 2IOO Main Street.
Millinery.
MILLINERY, j
Wo are prepared to execute oruers
proniptlj and at reasonable prices,quality
and stylo considered, of high class 8
Millinery* }
We are showing nil the very Newest
Stylos in lints and lfonnets, Trimmings
uud Materials.
A. L. RICE & CO.
* oc-">
Ilje Sntclliijcncci'.
WIIU-m: Nun. ami a: Fourteenth Street.
New AtlvertUumeut*.
Uoso Cream?R. II. List.
Notice?stockholder* Wheeling lioso Ball AsRorliltlou.
fl
For Cincinnati?1Steamer Amli'i. f
Hale of llutiM.'lio]<t and Kitchen Furniture.
Stockholders' Meeting?Commercial Bank.
Commltbioncr'* Notice?Jutejdi K. Fault.
Tbe UlMilittone I.Minp.
For Sule and For Kent?Jamot A. Henry. ?
J
NEW and desirable novelties In Jew- v
elry received daily from now until v
Christmas. Ho not rail to see them, at c
JACOB W. UltUIiU'S 1,
Jewelry Store, i
Cor. Twelfth and 31arkct Streets. ,
3
FOB FALL AM) W1XTEB. 1
Just received n complete and artistic j
assortment of Suitings. Pontuloouiiigs v
and Overcoatings, which we warrant to .
make up in llrst-chiss style, and at rca- j,
sonable prices. Fit guaranteed. c
specialties?Just received, fiO dozen )
more of the best 50 cent White Shirts
made. Fancy Flannel Shirts at o0 cents
aiiKi upward*. run iiuu ui um iw
bratcd Kuit Jackets. f
C. HKSS&SOSS, 1
1821 & 1428 Market Street, j
Theruiowctftr lCooonl.
The thermometer at Schnepfs drug
store, Opera House corner, Saturday, ^
registered as follows:
7 ?. ra .? 69 I 3 p. m ?.... 55 i
'.'a. m iV? 7 j>. in M .
12 in 65 I WcAtlior?Changeable. \.
BUNUAV.
7 n. m 43 | 8 p. t'.? S
9 a. m 45 7 p. m 4G (]
12 m - 49 I \\ wither?Fair. a
Wenlh?r Imllcutiona, s'
Washington, l>. C., Nov. 11.?'For
"West Virginin, slightly warmer, fair
weather, southwesterly winds. <"
For Western Pennsylvania, slightly P
warmer, fair weather, southwesterly 01
winds.
? si
Marriage LIcbikm, (j
The following marriage licenses were n
issued Saturday: o
Alonzo Miller, n native of Wheeling, L
iiAcd :u, and Flora Bowman, a native oi ni
Wheeling. aged 18. 1
^ John lUgos, u nutive of Uermanv, aged
?<?, and Amelia .Siegers, a native of
Wheeling, aged 39.
You can get liocking'sred lire torches
at any houi of the night.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
utter* ot 3Iln?r Mouu ut (it tvml About
thti City.
The Gjiasd this evening?''Little J?ugBavt
Hivxu tickets and papers are
tundant.
Oi'kita Uouhk thi? evening?Bartholoew's
"Equine Paradox."
Gcorok CjirMHACKEHnayn be v. ill start
) the Moundsville rolling mill soon.
Bkpubuca.v jollifications art* tho order
the day in all tho towns of this vicinY>
The Hoard of County Commissioners
ictts this morning to canvass the reirns
of last Tuesday's election.
The observance of the Week of Prayer
egan. with special services yesterday in
early all the evangelical churches. "
Theke were services yesterday in the
[ormon church just south of the Marmil
( ntinlv lino on the riven rmul.
Tin: "New Tramp in Town" company
loacd its week's enuagement at the
-rand Saturday night to good business.
A oooii deal of money was put up iu
Wheeling Saturday ami Saturday evenig
on the election of Goll'and Fleming.
1-A8T evening an organ concert was
iven at St."John's Protestant Church
)r the purpose ofj dedicating the new
rgan.
Thi: iron truss over the Market street
iridge for the big water main will be
eady to swing into position some time
his week.
It rained again Saturday night, ami a
moderate colu wave followed the rain.
iVsterday wns cool, clear and bright and
he streets were crowded with people.
Officers Shorts, West, Bell, Carney
ml Deku raided Nan Morrison's house
i ill fame Saturday evening, and eapured
the madame, three girls and live
uen.
The reaction following the election
ixcitement seems to hnvo set in and
>eople begin to manifest some interest
n something besides the returns from
Vest Virginia.
As Englishman who refused to give
lis name was arrested Saturday night
or lighting, and his nephew, named
kfoflat, tor resisting tbe otliccr. Officers
Jhorts and Juukins had a time with
hem.
J. 0. Lord was taken before Judge
Joyd Saturday on a writ of habeas forms,
sued out'by his ^counsel in an atenlpt
to get him out on the charge of
obtaining money under false pretenses.
Che writ was refused aud Lord was renanded
for the grand juity.
The ball given by the United Social
it Turner hall Saturday evening for the
mrpose of raising a fund for the defense
if those men now confined in the Washn?ton,
Pa., jail, charged with being imdicutcd
iu the recent fatal shouting
ernne at Tavloretown, was a complete
ucceos, u handsome sum being realized.
Nat Goodwin anil bia line compauy
leUghted a packed house at the Opera
louse Saturday night in the old English
urce "Lend mo Five Shilling" and the
lew COtnedy "Turned U|>." Mr.-Goodvin
sustained his reputation as tlie finest
:o"median 011 the American stage to-day,
ind his sunport is worthy of him. It
ma been a long time since as pleasing a
jerformance lias been given here.
AliODT PEOPLE.
itriuigcru In the City nnil WheulltiK People
Abroad.
Mr. I. G. Dillon has gone east on bus
Mr. F. W. Baumer is in the East on
nisiness.
Miss Zanna Frasher is visiting freinds
it Keyser.
Mr. F. M. Thomas, of Xingwood, is
it the McLure House.
N. C. Goodwin, wife, maid and company
were at'the McLure house. They
oft yesterday, morning for Cincinnati.
Miss May Lynher, daughter of Gen. J.
3. Lypher, of Washington, I). 0., is visiting
at lion. Aug. Pollack's, on Main
itreet.
Messrs. Gordon O'Hicrne, H. M.
Idams and C. M. Campbell, of IIuoington,
were at tlie McLure House
Saturday.
Miss Nannie Sitgreaves has returned
rom a visit to her sister, Miss Susie Sit reaves,
at Chicago,who is playing there
villi Kusina Voker, and meeting witli
inmense success.
Superintendent Ed Robertson, 01 the
Penitentiary, left Saturday afternoon for
Indianapolis to attend the General Assembly
Knigbts of Labor, which meets
;here "next Tuesday. 12(1 attends the
neetingus a State delegate.
lion. N. B. Scott left bust evening for
St. Louis on a business trip. He will
itop c? route at Indianapolis and call
m President-elect Harrison, and
jay bis respects as member for West
Virginia 'of the National Republican
Committee.
I?r. Jamen I?. Moffat.
Tuesday, November 13, is to be oblerved
by the women of the Presbytery
?f Washington as a day of special prayer
or the Divine blessing upon the work
if missions throughout the world. On
he evening of that day, at half-past
even o'clock, Rev. J^r. Moffat, President
?f Washington and Jefferson College;
rill deliver an address in the First Presjyterian
Church of this city, concerning
he World's Missionary Convention held
n London iu June last, and the Presbvcrian
Alliance held iu the same city in
I uly. Dr. Mollat was a member of the
Vlhance, and will have important inorniation
to give to the people of Wheelng.
His many friends and the citizens,
is well as those living in the surroundng
country, villages and towns,will have
, rare opportunity to hear a clear and
ull statement of most interesting facts.
Cut by ? Wliettllii? Sinn.
Saturday's StenbenVille Gazette says:
'Last night William Huntsman and
oh 11 McClinton, both Jefferson nailers,
veto together on South Front street
irhen William Vale, a Mingo nailer,
ame up. Vale had been jolifying to a
urge degree and his blood was up. Seeng
McClinton, the-old Jeflerson strike
natter came to memory, and ho called
,fnf!lintnn n Rrjib aiul made a lunge at
lira. Huntsman, to prevent a light,
limped between the two and received
everal bad cuts with n knife, one of
rliicb whs just above his heart and may.
?rove fatal. The others were in the
icad and faco and he is in n precarious
ondition to-day. Vale was arrested."
'ale is u Wheeling man.
Trntii<r?rii Itauonlcri.
The following transfers were admittedo
record by Clerk Hook Saturday:
Deed made November 10, 18S8, by
'atrick Joint to Michael Hanshumaker,
or lot No. 10, in square No. 5, in the
Sightb ward. Consideration, $1,250.
Deed made November 10, 1888, by
lichael lianshumaker and wifo to Auust
1"uhr, for the north half of lot No.
0, in square No. 23, in the Eighth ward.
Consideration, $5&>.
Deed made August 27,1887, by I'm ma
. Spears, wifo of Henry Spears, to Iniana
Deiters, wifo of Cl II. Deitcrs, for
* i -i J_ T :??...
plt'Cl' OI 1UIIU 1U liiuri^ maw lit. vvuIderation,
$75.
llnpiiluesii nn?l lloaltli
ire important problems, the former tieending
greatly on the latter. Every
ne is familiar with the healthy properes
of fruit, and no one ran afford to bo
ck and miserable while the pleasant
alifornia concentrated liquid fruit
unedy, Syrup of Figs, may bo had of
ar " enterprising druggists. Sold l>y
Jn & Co., Anton I'. Hess, K. B. Burt
C. Mcnkenmeller. At Bellaire by I
I. N. Mercer. i
Drink* Malta at soda fountain.
i
"Milk-End" Cotton is the best. <
L.S. Good sells dry goods the cheapest.
IE BIG JOLffliffll
Will not come off in Wheeling
till next Wednesday Night.
WAITING FOR THE RETURNS
From tlio Content in Went- Virginia. I
\> licit SIM UOl'M COIIIO on Nil I* Will
bo n Whopper ? Plenly of
Victory lo Rojolcc for.
. It was tljo original intention of the
Republican marching clubs and Republicans
generally, of this city, to jubilate
to-night over the glorious victory that
the cause of Protection, under the gallant
leadership of Harrison and Morton,
has achieved over that of Free Trade,
but a change of programme has been
made, and the parade aud jollifiation is
now set for Wednesday night. This |
was done at a meeting of a number of
gentlemen who have heretofore had
charge of the Republican demonstrations,
held Saturday night. There wero several
reasons for making this change in
the programme: One was the tnud,
which was simply horrible, the result of
the steady rains of lust week,
and which, it was not believed,
would be sufficiently dried up bv
tonight to make matching at all
possible. Yesterday's winds, however,
dried the streets up nicely, but then the
mud was not the orily reason for postppnemcnt.
The result of theelection in
this State will not be known before
Wednesday, and it is doubtful if it will
be known then, for it is fearfully close.
Jn casti it shall be proven that the State
1ms finally swung over into the Republican
column, wbere she belongs and
where it is believed she will be found
when the smoke of battle shall have
finally cleared away, then the celebration
of Wednesday night will prove to
be ail the more noteworthy. Another
reason for making the chango was that
in the time intervening between Saturday
morning, when the announcement
for to-night was first made, and to-night,
there was not time enough to perfect the
details for an old-fashioned jubilee. No
time whs left in which to invite the
friends from other places to come here
and rejoice with us. There were several
other reasons for postponing the aflair,
making it on the whole u wise thing
to uo.
All the inarchingoflicers oftho various
Republican organizations aro requested
to meet with Col. \V. U. Travis and staff
at Lincoln club this evening to arrange
for a route of parade* send out invitatious
and look after other matters. A full
attendance is desired.
The route of parade will be a short one.
Colonel Travis orders will appear in tomorrow's
issue aiid-Keuubiicans are
urged to read them carefully and note on
what streets the parade can be seen ami
then see to it that those streets aro well
illuminated. Even in case West Vir
gill III Slum miii vui. iiuK w nitiu
been quite entirely redeemed, the gum
of one Congressman and the cutting
down of a Democratic majority to a point
where it is a certainty that four years
more will see it entirely wined out, if it
is not now, is glory enough to jubilate
over, to say nothing of the fact that the
country is once more in the hands of the
Kepublicans. There should be a rousing
turnout,and what's more, there's sure to
be one.
Itellalrt'H Time.
When the Wheeling demonstration
J was announced for this evening, Bellaire
arranged to have hers on Wednesday
evening. When the Wheeling blow out
I was changed to Wednesday night, BellI
aire complained, and with good cause,
toof the interference. It is hoped, however,
that the Bellaire jollification can
be put oir until Thursday evening, in
return for which friendly service Wheeling
ought to send down there at least
two men for every one Bellaire sends up
here. *
Martin'* I'erry Iihh Hor Time.
Martin's Ferry celebrated the election
of Harrison Saturday night with great
eclat, and the overwhelming victory in
Belmont county irave added zest to the
rejoicing. The Kscort and the Junior
Escort clubs turned out with a large
number of citizens and paraded .the
streets. The illuminations and decorations
of the houses beat everything ever
seen in the place, and are not often excelled
anywhere. Among the most
elaborato were those made by J. II.
Drennen and Win. T. Garrett. Pounds
of red lire \Yere burned. Many Democrats
illuminated and burned red lire,
and John Bay less, of the Hanover hotel,
had one of his windows fixed up in great
shape. It was draped in black, and con*
tained all sorts of emblems of the campaign.
In the parade was noticed a horn
fourteen feet long and two.feet in diamter
at the largo end.
ClnritiKtun to Celebrate.
Clarington, down tho river, will indulge
iu a hip jollification, parade and
supper 011 weunesuay evening uuxv,
November 14. They expect to break the
local record for that Kind of events.
They invito the organized Republican
clubs of Wheeling to go down and participate.
Bellairo has also been invited
to send down her clubs. The clubs from
hero and Belhiiro could go down on the
steamer Telegram and return on the
Courier after the night's "doiugs."
ICiihI Liverpool'* .Juhlloo.
Tho East Liverpool Republicans will
have a jollification to-night which is expected
to pur pass anything ever witnessed
in Eastern Ohio. The Escort Club of
-Martin's Ferry and many citizens will
go up if there is an excursion on the
Cleveland & Pittsburgh road. It is said
there will bo one.
Snlt lllv?r Pm-iultt.
The Young Men's Bandanna club of
thin city is endeavoring to arrange for a
Salt River excursion trip on a somewhat
elaborate scale. Their idea is to charter
the steamer Bellaireior to-morrow, Tuesday,
evening and change her into the
Salt Kiverpocket "Grover Cleveland"
bv appropriately draping and illuminating
the eraft. The programme is to have
a farewell parade; then take the boat
and go down ti e river, stopping at Belllaire
and parading there a short time.
It is proposed to have a baud hired to
play dirges and the drums will bo muffled.
The boys will wear their bandanna
dusters und their bandannajplugg
with bands of crape about them. They
will carry valises appropriately labeled.
The boys propose to get considerable
fun out of the trip, provided thoy can |
get enough together to make it a go.
JuiIko rienilnj; Here.
Judge A. B. Fleming, of Fairmont,
late Democratic candidate for Governor,
nrflviwl in itmnltv Kntnrdnv pvoninfrnnii I
spent Sunday at the McLure House.
United States Collector John T. McGraw
also came in from Grafton. They
and Mr. Iiiley who ran the campaign
met with a few local lights, of the l)emocracv
at the McLure House Saturday
night and figured over the figures. As
a result, Chairman Riley, who had in
the afternoon esti mated jFleming's majority
at less than .'K)0, revised his figures
and stated that later returns indicated a
Democratic majority of from 1,000 to
1,500.
The City'* Growth.
7b the Editor of the Inletfigrnctr.
Sib:?One gratifying result of the election
held on Hist Tuesday is that our city
18 JjrowiHK iuoi| UIW H^un-a IUUIHHinu
n population of over 40,000.
Under the policy of Protection to home
industries we wilt have, no doubt, an in*
rense to (50,000 in live years.
Jlark the prediction. Not Grovir.
Wheeling, \V. Nqv, 1), 18SS.
A FIXE HQS.
lluu. It. >1. Hmlth'? llniitUmnw V??tu In the
County mid Dintrirt.'
Hon. 11. J. Smith, tho newly elected
State Senator, and the first Republican
of Hancock county to be elected to that
position since lftt>4, inudo such a phenomenal
run in tho late election in this
county that it detnauds au extended
notice.
On a comparison of the Democratic
majorities he ran 117 votes ahead of the
average majorities against the Republican
legislative candidates, thirty-eight
votes ahead of Harrison and twenty-nine
ahead of General Goff. In Brooke
county he is four ahead of Harrison ami
seven "behind Goff. In Hancock county,
if tho returns are correct, he is not less
than from ten to twenty ahead of the
State and National tickets.
The majority against him in this
county is the Hinallest againt any one on
the State or National ticket**, excepting
lion. W. P. Hubbard, who carried the
it. ?i...
cuuui<r. .ur. oiuiiii a luujuii^v in 1.110
three counties is 127, General Goirs 90,
and Harrison's 07.
Senator Somuieryille*. whom Mr.
Smith succeeds, carried Ohio county in
1881 by 371 majority, while Senator Donehoo's
majority is 08 in this county, a
Republican gain of 303 votes. Senator
Sommervllle was elected by 208 majority,
making the Republican gain in tho
district 335.
Senator Smith's canvass was the oldfashioned
still hunt, and in this ease
proved effective for the purpose intended.
His interests in this county were
closely looked after by a party recognized
by Republicans as a "hustler,"
and the returns indicate that he knew
where to get in good work for thecause.
At least Senator Smith surprised his Republican
friends by the way he ran in
this county.
NOTJSL ELECTION BETS.
Some Funny Wheelbarrow I'nrnde* Over
the ZleituU.
William Speaker and James Marshall
agreed some time ago that if Clevelaud
was elected Marshall was to wheel
Speaker around three blocks and vice
versa. Of course tho events of the past
week resulted in throwing the trundling
job on Speaker. Saturday evening the
l...f ...no ...wl lw.o.l.wl l.v i?:n
era' martial band, the procession started
from the corner of Wood anil Sixteenth
streets, and the prescribed circuit of
three blocks made, followed by a large
crowd of boys. A crowd of spectators
on the sidewalks on the Hue of march
cheered the wheeler and the wheeled.
Miss Lizzie Meyers and Mr. James M.
Wheat, both of the Eighth ward, had a
novel bet on the election, which Miss
Meyers paid Saturduy evening by wheeling
Mr. Wheat from Thirty-seventh
street to Bloeh Bros.' tobacco works in a
wheelbarrow, all decorated in flags and
bunting. The parade was headed by a
llag-bearer carrying a lantern, aud a
bass drummer, which called forth quite
a crowd of spectators.
. Tom Dobbins, of Martin's Kerry, on
-.I.... i .In,....
Ciituiuuj n UVVIWU vjuwijji; i uuou uun u
tliu Hanover street grade in a wheelbarrow
in payment of an election bet.
They were headed by a drum corps and
created quite a sensation.
The funniest sight, however, was to
see John Ulrich, of Bridgeport, who is a
large, heavy-set man, wheel Jack Stigging
from Bridgeport to vKtnnville in a
barrow headed by the Union Cornet
band. As Ulrich is not used to running
a wheelbarrow, he was pretty well
winded when ho readied the enu of the
journey.
Saturday afternoon about 5 o'clock
the pedestrians on Market street were
surprised to see two wheelbarrows
manned by two men, and gaily decorated
with Hags, and each contuiuinc; a man,
coming down the pavement. The novel
nrocetssiou was the result of an electiou
bet.
The gentlemen who did the wheeling
were John Patterson aud William
Greiner, and the purties who enjoyed
their elegant ease in the barrows were
Louis Handel and James Powell, all residents
of Ohio, two miles west of Bridgenort.
The success of Harrison allowed
liandel and Powell to ride. II Cleveland
had won the riders would have
been tho wheelers.
The men were wheeled from tho foot
of tho big hill to this eity, a distance of
si* miles, and the occupants of the barrows,
ai well as the wheelers, were
pretty well tired out.
xaey xrtlNicu mo urgiKior.
JlcUalrt Tribune ?/ Saturday.
The patrons of the Wheeling Register
lost thousands of dollars by relying upon
its reckless statements. The "private"
information the oliicc gave to patrons in
Bellairo on Wednesday night, when the
result was well known", induced a number
of credulous Democrats to put up and
lose their Tnoney.
U. 8. UvcrultliiK Station.
Capt. Allen Smith will in a few days
open a recruiting ollice for the U. S.
Army iu the house on Market street
nearly opposite the postoflicc. formerly
occupieu by the Cottage saloon. He
comes here from Indianapolis, where he
lately conducted a recruiting station.
Two enlisted men accompany him, and
will do sentinel duty at tbo station during
offiee hours. Capt. Smith said last
night ho thought Wheeling would prove
a good point for securing men, the floating
population and the large population
of the country adjacent being good fields
to work in.
The Kveuing Ncu*-LoUoi' Simpem!*.
The issue of the Evcninn Nem-Letter
which came out on b'uturday was the
last of the daily edition. The publishers
announced 111 the issue that it would
not appear again, and that it had not
been profitable financially. Tlio Sunday
Newt-Letter, however, is understood to
be making considerable money for
Messrs. Iiobertson & Meek, it* owners,
and it will be continued. The Xmt-fitter
did good work for the Konubliean
party in the late campaign. The proprietors
have the confidence of the public
and will doubtless continue to prosper.
Little Nugget To-Night.
Sisson & Brady'8 "Little Nugget" Company
commences a week's engagement
at the Grand Opera House this evening.
The company is said to be a great deal
stronger than on their former visit, and
many new features have been added.
They no doubt will crowd the Grand all
this week, as they made a decided hit
here last season. Little Ada Melrose
takes the character of Little Nugget, and
Herbert Cawthorn appears as Barney
Oy Brady. Seats aro now on sale at the
McLure House pharmacy.
RIVKR NEWS.
Stage of tlie Water nml Movement* of the
Steamboat*.
About 1,000,000 bushels of coal hns
been put in shape to come out of the
Pittsburgh pools on the present rise.
The Scotia passed down at an early
hour Saturday morning and tlio Lizzie
Bay got awav from here late that evening.
They both had good trips for-Cincinnati.
It is now reported that not less than
five of the deck hands on the Fashion
were drowned when that steamer went
down about ten days ago. The officers
have denied all knowledge of loss of life,
but one of the employes of the boat says
he is positive of one loss of life and believes
that five were drowned.
The Andes is due to-day from Cincinnati
tor which point she* will leave on
her return trip to-morrow afternoon at
3 o'clock. The Andes is commanded by
Cant. Charlie Muhletnan, and Mart Noll
is in the office. Two more clever and
careful officers aro not to be found on
any boat; they are always on the look?...
?i.? ,.e .n.i
wuir IUI Ult lutuicaia v?t UICU I'UUUIIB IUIU
never fail to give satisfaction. ?
FOUR H 8. fflDIK, ,
A Man Falls off the B. & 0. ol
Bridge and is Badly Injured. >
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TWO RAILROAD CASUALTIES. ||
g,
A Collision, which Itesulte in no o1
Damage, on the Hompllold?A J"
Tpillll !)(' K
railed nt the Tunucl. w
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Georgo Hickman, who lives near Mt. c<
do Chantal station, attempted to cross J1
tlio Heuilield bridge into the B. & 0.
yard, and in tho darkness missed his jy
footing and fell to tho ground below. He ri
was found by Baggagemaater Ed O'Don- ^
nell, who fired his revolver and sum- {J
moned Oflicers Shorts and Gaus. The 1.
three men carried Hickman to the Po- tl
lice Headquarters, where Dr. Reed at- ?
tended to his injuries.
Upon examination it was discovered *
that several of Hickman's ribs on the
left side were broken and the point of a
ono had entered the left lung, producing w
hemorrhage. It was thought his condi- w
tion was critical, but ufter tying on a 11
hard bunch all night, suffering great 0
pain, he rose yesterday morning, put n(
on his clothes, and a buggy being summoned
he was taken homo. He was 01
reported better last evening.
II. JS O. Train Off the Track.
The Pittsburgh-Cincinnati express on ri
the Baltimore & Ohio road, duo here w
from the former city at 11:15 last night. '1
jumped the track just west of the tunnel a
at the eust end of the citv. Tho passen- e
Mrs in ono coach were shaken up some- t)
what, but no damage to speak of result- b
ed. Passengers for Wheeling walked in. t]
The train was delayed over an hour. A ti
spread rail was fcaiu to have caused tho a;
accident. n
n
Killed by a Hultlnioru ? Oliio Trnln. Jj
Mrs. William Holland, daughter of o
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gillespie, who live at a
No. 2401 Jacob street, this city, was b
killed near her home in Demmler, Pa., n
last Friday by being struck by a Balti- a
more & Ohio train. The remains were ii
brought here last evening on the Balti- c
more & Ohio train that narrowly ?
escaped being badly wrecked at tl
the East Wheeling tuunel shortly after
11 o'clock last night. She met her death
in this manner: She had sent her Jittlo
son to a nearby store to procure some u
goods. Not returning ut once she becaiuo
anxious about the little fellow,
and went after him. Returning they g,
had to wait for a freight train _
'? nnou mul than ulflrtixl
across. They had reached the P
second track when a fast passenger ci
train came rushing along in an opposite e]
direction from the freight. The mother j
jerked the child forward and thus saved
his lifs. The devoted mother was .
struck, however, aud tho body thrown .
out and almost opon her own doorstep.
She was married here in 1883.
CollUltm ?u tlio llompllelii Urii)??. T
There was a slight collision on tho B. "
& 0. bridgo over the creek yesterday, U1
but fortunately tho damage "done was w
trilling and nobody was hurt. One a]
heavy freight train was blockaded on 0
the bridge by freight iu the yard, when ?]
another heavy one came down tho Nix
teenth street grade. A torpedo put on
the track to warn the second train exploded,
and the engineer reversed his lc
engine, but a steam pipe burst, letting P
tho trnin descend with considerable r!
force against tho other one. Tho hend J*
of the second engine was somewhat hat- lc
tered up and the trainmen jarred, but w
that was all. ai
a*
An Ktilnrgeri .School. t<!
In May 1885 over 0,000 persons were }l
attracted to the Opera House to enjoy Ji,
the intelligence displayed by IJartholo- ~
mow's twenty-four educated horses that
do everything but talk. Since their u
visit the school has been enlarged with
eight new scholars, the programme re- J
arranged and numerous new features
introduced, among them the playing J1
with bells by twelve horses of tho "Last
Hose of Summer." . * w
The Chicago Journal says of their per- .
formance: JF
"It is only after one has witnessed the J1
exhibition riven by Bartholomew's
Equine Paradox that an adequate idea 8t
can be formed as to what extent the
members of the bruto creation can be J1,
educated. Tho paradox consists of *
twenty-four beautiful norso wincn, tree '
from harness, go through a great variety 4
of difficult and surprising ieats at the
word of command. It is said these
horses have arrived at this degree of JJ
perfection througli kindness, and their "
evident friendship for their master ?|
would seem to carry out this assertion. w
The equine paradox ims been seen in CJ
this city before, and so have other ex- a]
liibitions of educated horses, but Prof. w
Bartholomew's entertainment, ns now rf
being given at the Haymarket Theatre,
bears the pal in of supremacy. It is no fc
doubt the only exhibition of the kind
in the world. ^
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Lecture by Cnrriliml Ulbboim. hi
In 1875, Cardinal Gibbons, then Bishop
of Richmond, promised to deliver a lee- U1
ture in this city in aid of St. tMary's P1
church, South Wheeling, which had J
shortly before burned down. The
promise he lias not forgotten, and on
the occasion of his visit to Bishop Kain
on the 28tli of this month, he will dc* pl
liver an address in the Cathedral, and
tho proceeds from the sale of tickets
will be devoted towards reducing tho
debt still due on St. Mary's church, pi
These tickets will bo for sale afWilliam 0i
I-. Weir s store, lL'lO Market street, and nt
D. L. Radclifle & Co.'s store, South Jacob
street, on and after Monday, Novembcr
12. It will be well for persons tii
desiring to hear the Cardinal to procure in
tickets early, as only n limited number ?
will be disposed of.
8upri>m? Court of Ajipmlii. jj
This court opened its fall special term tli
at Charleston on Friday, ull of the nc
Judges being present. pi
Bailey 6i Co. vs. Maddox, from Fny- h(
ette county, wns dismissed for failure to
print.
Lynch vs. Andrews, from Harrison
county; mandate of Supremo Court of ie
the United States dismissing writ of Li
error was entered of record. w
T. G. Mann, Esq., of Summers county, B
wns Qualified.
Adjourned until next Saturday, Nov.
1". hj
* JO
Syrup or t'lg* pj
Is nature's own true laxative. It is tho =
most easily taken, und the most effective
remedy known to cleanse the system
when bilious or costive; to dispel head- to
aches, colds, and fevers; to cure habit- su
ual constipation, indigestion, plica, etc. ,t
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrun Company, San Francisco, Cal. ,h
Sold uy Logan <x Co., Anton P. Hess, R. m
B. Burt and C. Menkemeller. At Bel
Iaire by M. N. Mercer. J)r
A HAD 8TOUY.
The child coughed. The mother ran.
No remedv was near. Before morning A
tho poor little sutlerer was dead. Moral:
Always keep I)r. Acker's English Remedy
at hand. C. R. Goetze, R. B. Burt,
0. Menkcmeilcr, Logan & Co. 5
THE AMERICAN FAT STOCK SHOW.
Kxcunlona to Chicago vlntha l'?nni]rlvaiilB
Lino*.
Excursion tickets will be sold to Chicago
on November 12,14, ltJ, 11). 21 and
23,1888, from all principal stations on
the Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh,
at low round trip rates. For full e
information apply to the nearest Pas- tlni
sender or Ticket Agent of the Pennsylvania
Lines. ttjis*w co.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHEDRAL
tie Recent ilcimlrn ami Itenovatloni Slake
it n HeMUllfiil Place.
Tho renovation, frescoing and repairs
f the interior of the Cathedral have
een completed, and mass was celerated
there yesterday for the iiret time
i several weeks. Every portion of the
iterior has been subjected to a rigid
Ding-owr by painters, decorators and
there, and is now as fresh and bright
} though it \tos a new edifice. In
eery particular the best Of taste has
een exercised, and the details of tho
ork have been carried out with the
reatest care. In the decoration of the
all and ceiling light tints in pleasing
intrant form tho around work, nnd
pon this are handsome designs in
rown and gold, the combination of
nts and colors being very happy,
.bout tho altar the painting and decoiting
is especially line, and as seen
"oin the main body of tho church imresses
tho spectator very much. About
io great cross above tho altar, tho wall
as been left severely plain, allowing
le cross to stand out in bold relief, but
bout the foot of the cross are to be seen
lie faint outlinings of Jerusalem, with
Hate's house and other edifices.
Inside the altar has been handsomely
irpeted, the Bishop's throno draped
>lfl? vi?i*v rtf.li linmrinini nf cillr iitul
itin, and everything else i?uponaharlonious
and tasty basis. The gallery
ver the entrance has been newly aringed
and decorated, now doors placed
t the main entrance, the pews repaint- il
and varnished, and aisles carpeted,
ml everything done which could add to
le beauty or comfort of the building.
In regard to lighting the edifice, a
idical chango has been made, and one
rhich will be greatly appreciated by all.
ho old gas fixtures have been luid aside,
nd in their place there are seventy-six
lectric lumps, well distributed about
be immense apartment, on chandeliers,
rackets, and in clusters depending from
tie ceiling at various points. In the vesibnle
there is an electric lamp, and outide,
under the vaulted porch, will hang
50-candlo power lamp. In the buselent
fourteen udditiomd lumps have
eeu placed, there beins in all nearly
do hundred; of various sizes, scattered
bout the edifice. The effect of this
rilliant light upon thin newly-painted
nd decorated interior will bo very line,
nd the church will present a moat pleasjgand
attractive appearance during
veiling services. One of the improveiciits
is the thorough overhauling of
tic organ.
CONDITION OF TKADE.
rmUtreet Ileporta n Kiivornblo Outlook.
TIio KfluvU of the Election.
New York, Nov. 11.?Special telorams
to BradtlreeCs from leading busicss
centrcs throughout tho country
oint to the natural result of the extowent
attending tho Presidential
lection within tho week?a decreased
istribution of general merchandise and
falling oir in orders. Sufficient time
as not elapsed to permit any radical !]
langes, although, taking tho country
} a whole, the tendency toward reaction 1
id a renewed activity is plainly visible. )
hero is already,a distinct improvement
i several linos at Boston, New York s
id Philadelphia, notably in wool and
oolens, and cotton goods. Chicago
id Kansas City announce a fuir volume
f triiflo. tho interrniitinn liv
eetion, and Chattanooga, Tonn., ?rad
fobile, Ala., send encouraging indusial
reports. From Duluth word conies =
tat the commercial and industrial outiok
is excellent, and an improving and
rosperons autumn's trade prospect is a
(ported. Business is fairly active at
alveston, Savannah, Atlanta, jKanBas
ity. St. Louis, Richmond, St Paul, Mil- <j
aukeo, St. Joseph, but at Indianapolis
ad Louisville prolonged rainy weather, .
j well as political distractions, have inirfered
with business. Mercantile coltctions
are slow at Chicago, but good or ?
lir and improving at Columbus, and
incinnati, Nashville, Chattanooga, At- t
inta, Kansas City and elsewhere. Mineapolis
merchants count upon the early v
Imiacinn nf Vnrtli nnil Unntli IVilrnln
tontana and Washington territories as .
tates, which, with the consequent region
of their collection and exemption
iws, promise to help trade ut the northest.
S
The New York stock market has been B
lactive, interest centering on the eleeon,
but showed some strength both be- a
ire anil after Tuesday, though the coal C
ocks are weak on the decline of tho
ithracito "boom." Money at Now c
ork is easy, with call loanB 2 per cent, t
oreign exchange is weak on lack of
iquiry, with demand sterling 4 87Ju ^
The pig iron markets south are quite
itive, and west are no less so than thus
r during tho autuin# East, however, *
le demand for pi# iron hns been as mod- '
ate as ever. The steel rail market is
eaker, and priced at tho west have been 5
it 50c per ton to meet sales at tho mill v
the east, the equivalent of $27 per ton,
ithin 40c per ton of tho lowest price on n
fcord. j
There has been an improved demand j]
?r dry goods within three days. Leadig
cotton goods lines are sold ahead.
olored cottons aro selling freely on late {
ivanccs unci arc nriner. cuius 01 wool r,
nvo been lurgo notwithstanding tho
ecfion excitement, and tho market reains
strong. For leading descriptions [
rices arc one and two cents higher than J1
week ago, dealers now being very con- '
dentand stocks comparatively light. ^
DISCHARGED FK0A1 THE NAVY YARD. J
iv? lluudreil Men, Who Having Votud, t
Are No Longer'of Any lu.
New Youk, Nov. 10.?-During tlie \
ist four days more than 500 of the i
mvi juvu ttUU wt'iO UIKLI1 on
the Navy Yard a few weeks be- J
ro the election, and whoso' dues
consisted for tho most part I
i housing coal and hauling timjr
for tho new cruiser Maiue, have ^
Jen discharged and 400 or 500 more of J
tern are to go in about a week. The 11
aciiargeu men leel very bitter against
ie Democratic managers, whom they a
icusc of breaking their ante-election ?
"onuses, which they say held out the t
)pe of permanent employment. c
m * . ? a
Mr. lliiriiuin'n C<ftiditlirii. U
Bridgeport, Conn,, Nov. 11.?A bul- k
tin received at 0:40 o'clock p. m. from
me Rock, states that no ebangelfor the S
orse has taken place in William H. b
irnum's condition sinco midnight. S
* g
As a euro for chapped and chafed v
mds nothing equals the celebrated Sal- fi
ition Oil. For sale by all druggists, t
ricemily^ocentsti
SLEEPLESSNESS
generally caiired by a derangement of tho v
tmacli and bowel*. To enjoy refreshing sleep I:
Is neceMary that Uic larger organs of tho body tl
ould properly perform their function* Adult* ^
well as children sometimes cat too much sup- ^
r or something that docs not agre? with them w
oduciiig p
INDIGESTION, ?
Dole of Blmmnun lln, lirea|?tor will f]
Rive prompt rellnf tind luauro w
Itefrefthlng Sleep.
"ffcfiS having * nfll-red a long tlmo 01
with Jleaileaaneaa and Uleepleaancaa, n?>l 0j
having everything recommended "J
without benefitting her. was flnnlly nd- tr
vliedI to try Simmon* Liver Itcguiator, Y
and It ban acted like n charm. After P:
taking one bottle afee Improved ?o much J'
that j acnt and bought a Jmlf doien. M/ A
wife I? now In the enjoyment of excellent
health. We keep the Itegulator In
ihe houne aa a family modlclne. and re?o??f.nd
it a* the beat In the world."?
7. C. Ukiuunu, Twiggs Co., Ua.
Hf. NOT IxroftKH UfO.H J til
tamlno to aeo that yon get the genuine. Dl?- K<
fraudiand Imitation* by our V
? Trade-Markon front of Wrapper, and on o
tldo the acal and algnature of J. 11. fciiuN & ir
noa-MWFAw t(
TVm'f rnhtf
M ^ vy A A. JL V^clothes
because your ancestoi
times. Try modern ideas for!
PE ARLIN E leadsall of those
What is it that frays yoi
and pulls off the buttons and
* . T .1
ruins your paintr us uie
rub, rub, to make clean. PE
most of the rubbing, so it si
You don't want an imita
them. PEARL1NE is mai
Pyle, New York, notwlthstar
told by peddlers and some gt
ONE D(
Gives You tie News
i ne v\
Intellii
WUl report closely and filrly nil that rclnte
und 8 talc
Will Give thb N
Will give special attention to Wot Vlrfi
Will kIvo iainlly rcaillug of the highed
EVERY FAMILY CAN ?
Fur KO. rnnlM n( mi iiA
GET READY
Send In your name, your I'ostofllco address m
TERMS AND
rha Weekly Intelligencer, tingle copy, ono year.....
;he Weekly Intelligeuoer, single cojiy, six month*
& topic* ouu year, nud extra eopj ol tho Weekly v
0 copies one year, with nu extra copy of tho Wool
0 copied one year, with nn extra copy of tho Week
0 coiiies one year, with an extra-copy of tho Week
It in not necessary for all Ihc names In the club
end all the subscriber! at one time.
Itcmittances should be rtindoby registered lctt<
Specimen cotdes of either edition of tho Intki
ddrcs*. Address,
FREW, CP
run
WBoolfc and Job Printing. Blank Book! and
rlth neatness and dispatch, at the lowest living pr
BELLAiKK.
ill Sorta of Lucal Ndwm and Gossip from
the (J Inns City.
A great many Wheeling folks were
iowa yesterday.
Artificial gas from date will bo $1 20
natead of SI 00.
A Woodsilold mnn hns tnlmci-o ill his
ield -which is about to bloom.
Several Bellairoites wore nt the Marin's
Ferry blowout Saturday night.
The M. E. conference of the Barnes ille
district meets at Belmont to-day.
Chet Lewis, who had liis hand partly
aken oil' not long since, is able to be '
round.
Mr. George Richards moved to Alle;heny
City last week, having gotten a ;ood
job there.
The High School students were all out
t the teachers' examination at St. ?
Mtiirwvilln SJ.if.. r,l,.v '
Several young men from here talk of '
ompeting at the West Point examina- '
ion at St. Clairavillo to-mnrrow.
John Hamilton, tho Cleveland & Pittsmrgh
mail n^cnt who got burned not
onjj since, will likely bo reappointed.
Tho household effects of \\\ K. Kaylor
Fere shipped to Sharon, Pa., la?t week.
Ir. Nay lor has a good position there.
Hon. L. Danford and daughter and
Irs. William 0. Danford, of St. Clairsille,spent
yesterday hero among friends.
The middle ferry will run until midlight
Wednesday night to accommodate
Republicans comingand going to Wheelfig.
Sam Johnson, of St. Clnireville, was
ollifying last week and some one went
hrough him to the amount of $02.
'here is 110 clue to the thief.
Workmen were unloading stono at .
lie Whiskey run C. it P. railroad
irirlirn vnatorilnv n P .( 1* vnnl otwirw 1
rorn here doing the switching. 1
The Republicans will meet at City i
lell Wednesday night in time to take
he boat for Wheeling at 5 o'clock, city (
ime, everybody carrying a small Hag on .
he lappel of his coat.
The B. & 0. carpenters worked all day
esterday on the B. & 0. bridge here. ,
'hey are going to do away with the J
levated platform for passengers, and
ro also going to widen the paaseuger
ilatform.
A lot belonging to S. Gardner on Rose
Iill, Fourth ward, sank ten or fifteen
set last week, caused by Morgan's coal
iank caving in just under it. Mr. Gardler
was surprised and scared, too, when
io got up the other morning.
The Republicans met last week and
ppointed committees, both gentlemen
nd ladies, for each ward, to solicit for
he jollification here on Thursday night
ioxt. Bridgeport, Benwood, Wheeling *
nd Martini Furrv noonlo will be here. '<
a well as the friends in the neighbor- n
lood. Let everybody turn out.
The Republicans met at City Hall
aturday night and decided to go in a ody
so far as possible to Wheeling
Vednesday night. A brass band will
o, and they request all Republicans to
-ear on the l&ppel of their coats a small
lag and to meet at City Hall in time for
lie boat leaving hero at G o'clock, city
imo.
An Explanation.
What is this "nervous trouble" with
rhich so many seem now to be afflicted ?
fyou will remember a few years ngo
lie word Malaria was comparatively unnown?to-day
it is as common an any
rord in tho English language, yet this
'ord covers only the mcaningof another
rord used by our forefathers in times
ast. So it is with nervous diseases, oh
ley and Malaria are intended to cover
hat our grandfathers called Uiliousness,
iu eii are causeu by troubles mat arise
om a diseased condition of the Liver
hich in performing its functions finding
cannot dispose of the bile through the
dinary channel is compelled to pass it
if through the system, causing nervous
oubles, Malaria, Bilious Fever, etc.
ou who are suffering can well nppre- "
ate a cure. Wo recommend Green's
ugust Flower. Its cures are marvelous. 3
i)?iw "
she is "qratekcl." i
"I saved the life o! my little girl by
e prompt use of Dr. Acker's English tt
smody for consumption."?Mrs. Wm. 3
. Harrimon, Now York. 0. It. Goetze, i<
B. Burt, C. Meakemeller, Logan & c
>. 0
le dirt out of your
rs did. Keep up witli the
saving labor. James Pyle's
which pertain toclennliness.
ur collars, cult's aui skirts
strings? What is it that
old-fashioned way of rub,
ARLIN E does away with
lives the worst of the wear,
tion, do you ? Beware of
nifacturcd only by James
iding the plausible stories
peers to the contrary.
3LLAR
0_ __ _ TTTl _ 1 _ IT
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jencer
h to the new ailutulstmtlou of Ntttlounl
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ns of the World.
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order.
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id your Dollar at once.
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Hold by Druggists. 83e?? 00?m ?1.00.
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A i'ortlollo of beautiful baby portraits, printed
>n flue plate paper by patent pnotn tmwMW, sent
Dree to Mother of any llaby born within a year.
Every Mother wonts these pictures; bend at once.
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3old, Silver, Bronre, Copper. Only to Cents.
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Breakfast.
"By a thorough knowledge of tho natural !aw?
rhicii govern the operations oi digestion sni
lutrition, nnd by a careful application of t.v
Ine properiieaof well selected Cocon. Mr. h;
uo* provided ??ur breakout tabic* with a Mi*
fttoly flavored beverage which m*y save u> many
lenvy ductor*' bills, it is by the Jud.< < u?
if such articles of dijitthiit a cotiMitiitMi i-?7
? gradually built up until strong H
1st every tendency to disease.
!? maladies are floating around us rt.. ' *v
ack wherever there Is n weak point. 1 *
K-apc ninny a fatal shaft by keeping
k-fll fortified with pure blood and m ;>ru;<r.y M
ionriahe?l frame."?<Civil Sorrirotiuf . ., H
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